This is how it works in Maine,
the snowplow pushes it back
to the front door and blocks
the garage door.
I am loosing it and now had the other guy blow a path to
the back doors and exhaust pipes, an other guy out there
pulling 4 feet of snow off roof. And it is still @#*&#@
Exploding Manholes now.
Even the dogs
have had it.
at 78, I have shoveled
a 4x5 ft high pile of snow way from my ft door. I came in twice
my hands were frozen and I couldn't get my breath.
Then My friend/handyman came and did the rest
Snowbound yes, but I am getting exercise.
words for snow.
4 AM I wake
up cold and turn
on the fireplace.
Yep! My daughter Renee is calling to say she is at the beach
having a Jack's ole Fashioned Hamburger or Fried Plantains.
POOR ME. Too old to travel.,Besides can't leave in this weather,
there would be frozen pipes or a falling in roof to come home to.
Guarding the home front.
Stay warm and keep busy, dance a little. Love to ya'll.
Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
Comments are welcome
Yvonne started painting and drawing in High School in Houston Texas. She earned extra money drawing insects in science class for classmates. Yvonne's mother encouraged her to attend art classes at the Art Museum in Houston in the 1960's. After her marriage she moved to Miami Beach, while living on Palm Island she continued her education in art, and Design. Also studied with notable artist from the area. Yvonne was painted by friend Florence Taylor Kushner, from Boston and in women's Who's Who. Florence painted many famous families. Yvonne was lucky enough to receive private tutoring from her. In the 1970's she went to Interior Design School . Years later she started her own Interior Design firm named 'Chez Moi Interior's. Yvonne continued painting and showing her work at Beau Arts in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Also she exhibited her work in North Carolina, the Florida Keys, and at the Childers Art Gallery on Las Olas Blvd (Ft. Lauderdale). Yvonne won the prestigious 'Hortt Art Competition Award' at the Museum of Ft.Lauderdale, Florida. This work of art remained on display for several months at the Museum. Over the years Yvonne has entered many competitions winning countless blue ribbons. A trip to Paris, and a stay in Monmarte where she spent time with a few choice artist's changed her views toward her own art work. Art is truly an expression of experience and love to her. She likes her work to show a moment in time or tell a story. To know more about Yvonne Leyden